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Authorize

To empower another with the legal right to perform an action.

The Constitution authorizes Congress to regulate interstate commerce.

authorize

v. to officially empower someone to act. (See: authority)

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Digitize.AI leverages the power of AI and machine learning to automate prior authorisations, resulting in faster authorisations, at less cost, and with fewer denials.
Authorisation however, gives you the actual ability to perform allowed functions once you authenticate.
You must notify EHCA within 3 months of the first use of the substance after the authorisation has been published in the Official Journal that you intend to continue using chromium trioxide.
According to Seamless, this authorisation to issue electronic money is strategically important since it further broadens SEQR's sphere of application and user audiences.
To comply with regulatory privacy standards, the SMS will only include the last four digits of the membership card and the authorisation reference number for easy follow-up.
In the case of cancelling the authorisation, the company owner should apply through a written document attached to the original copy of the authorisation and a copy of the company's officially authorised signature.
In line with the ECHA provisions for authorisation, a group of 28 companies formed a consortium--Chromium VI Compounds for Surface Treatment REACH Authorization "CCST" to develop applications for authorisation of the most important Cr VI substances.
There are still marked discrepancies in the way in which national authorities conduct vehicle authorisation and safety certification processes and some systematically circumvent established periods for issuing certificates and authorisations by requests for additional documentation.
M2 PHARMA-October 25, 2012-Pfizer receives conditional marketing authorisation from the European Commission for XALKORI(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
The European Commission finds that the payment of fees to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) by applicants seeking authorisation "is worth being reviewed".